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Try This, Not That: Four Swaps to Try for a Healthier Business and Life

Try This, Not That: Four Swaps to Try for a Healthier Business and Life

February 19, 2020

Ever heard of the book Eat This, Not That? It's the inspiration for today's episode where I share four little life swaps I am working on to be a healthier and better person in business and in life! 

Books and Persons Referenced: 

Brene Brown's book Dare to Lead 

Karen Kenney's podcast The Karen Kenney Show

www.shebuiltthis.org

www.instagram.com/shebuiltthisnh

 

A Tale of Four F-Words: Flying, Falling, Fears, and Failures

A Tale of Four F-Words: Flying, Falling, Fears, and Failures

February 12, 2020

This episode does not contain explicit content. Tune in for my first solo podcast episode and join me as I stretch my sea legs in getting used to my new recording equipment. I share updates, some recent life lessons, and of course, a couple of fun stories sprinkled in for your entertainment! 

Website info: www.shebuiltthis.org

Instagram: www.instagram.com/shebuiltthisnh

Facebook Group: http://bit.ly/SheBuiltThisGroup

Sponsor Information for this Episode: www.pmcomfortwraps.com Coupon Code:SHEBUILTTHIS20

Correction Note: In the show, I share that Crystal's radio station is WSMN 1690 AM radio, but it is actually WSMN 1590 AM radio.  

Brave. Strong. Loved: A Conversation with Erica Austin of StrongHer

Brave. Strong. Loved: A Conversation with Erica Austin of StrongHer

January 29, 2020

Tune in as I chat with Erica Austin, founder of StrongHer. StrongHer is a trauma-informed functional fitness program for survivors of domestic violence. She has advocated for the safety of women and children for ten years and has testified in front of the Child and Family Law Committee as well as participated in testimony in front of the Senate that made changes to NH RSA 461:A. The law provides better protection for children and protective parents during cases of suspected abuse. In 2019, Erica was interviewed by the Associated Press regarding the success of specific NH programs that benefit domestic violence survivors. Erica saw a need to offer a safe environment for survivors of trauma and abuse to physically process the traumatic events that they experienced as a way to heal. Erica is a fitness coach specializing in women, trauma and pregnancy and postpartum. She holds a Bachelors Degree from Rivier University and has participated in 30 hours of Crisis Intervention Training through Bridges Domestic and Sexual Violence Support. She is a Level One CrossFit Trainer and a certified BirthFit Coach as well as a personal trainer.

 
Listen to all of the amazing things she is doing to help support women and be a beacon on their healing journey in our podcast episode! 
 
“Don’t Let These High Heels Fool You”: A Conversation with Cathy Droz

“Don’t Let These High Heels Fool You”: A Conversation with Cathy Droz

January 22, 2020

Join us in a conversation with Cathy Droz, Founder and CEO of Her Certified as she shares how she is changing the world one car buying experience at a time. Cathy works with dealers as well as consumers to educate them on the car shopping experience and make it enjoyable and respectful. She helps women buy with more confidence and get the best deal possible and gain skills they can use and apply to any negotiation process. Cathy has test-driven more than 500 vehicles, giving her insight and knowledge on virtually every make and model on the market to effectively educate the car buying consumer and make the search for the perfect automobile a pleasant and rewarding experience.

Going Further Faster: A Conversation with Kathryn Rose of wiseHer

Going Further Faster: A Conversation with Kathryn Rose of wiseHer

January 15, 2020

This week, we talk with Kathryn Rose of wiseHer. WiseHer helps businesses go farther faster in their business and career by connecting one on one with experts that have been there, and done that. 

 
Kathryn got started by simply listening to entrepreneurs and discovering their greatest needs and struggles. She then structured a business model that met them where they were at and delivered them top-quality expert advice so they wouldn't have to feel the way that she did when launching out on her own! 
 
Listen to how she started a tech company as a self-taught entrepreneur and fought the urge to throw in the in and continued on her mission to help women around the world rise higher. 
A Conversation with Karen Kenney

A Conversation with Karen Kenney

January 8, 2020

Content Warning: Some of the content in this episode is sensitive and explicit. It is not intended for all audiences. This may cause emotional distress in some individuals and should NOT be listened to with children present. 

Karen Kenney is a writer, speaker, and the founder of Fearless Flow MentoringShe’s a certified Spiritual Mentor, has been a student & guide of A Course in Miracles for 26+ years and a longtime practitioner of Passage Meditation. She’s also a Gateless Writing Teacher and has been a yoga teacher since 2001. KK grew up in Lawrence & Boston, MA and is known for her storytelling, her sense of humor and her “down-to-earth” approach to spirituality.

 

A sought-after expert and Spiritual Thought Leader for Live Events, Podcasts, Coaching Programs and Shows, Karen speaks across the country and leads Transformational Retreats in the New England area including the Omega Institute in NY.

KK is the host of The Karen Kenney Show Podcast and The Sunday Spiritual with Karen Kenney. She’s currently at work on her memoir.

Dreams, Decisions & Self-Care: A Conversation with Kelly Fitzsimmons

Dreams, Decisions & Self-Care: A Conversation with Kelly Fitzsimmons

December 18, 2019

On today's episode, we are joined by E. Keller Fitzsimmons, author of Lost in Startuplandia, serial tech entrepreneur, artist, and mother of two. At one point in her business career, Kelly lost everything (including her eyesight) and had to start from the ground up and acknowledge her body's need to put herself first. In this episode, we talk about true self-care, little known considerations when it comes to decision-making, and sharing ideas and dreams. Thank you to our podcast sponsor, The Acupuncture Clinic of Bedford!

Mustaches and Mullets: A Conversation with Hannah Coleman

Mustaches and Mullets: A Conversation with Hannah Coleman

December 11, 2019

Join us as we talk about all things hair and hiring with Hannah Coleman, owner of Union Barber Co. in Merrimack, NH. Hannah shares about what it was like to hire her first employee, as well as what it's like to work with mostly men through her line of work. You will also hear about Emily's nickname in high school and more than you ever wanted to know about our husband's grooming habits! 

Extraordinary Events: A Conversation with Erin Neuhardt LeBlanc

Extraordinary Events: A Conversation with Erin Neuhardt LeBlanc

December 4, 2019

Do you like planning events as much as we do? Are you always looking to make yours better and help your audience walk away with an expression of "wow"? We are too! In this episode, we bend the ear of Erin Neuhardt LeBlanc of E Studio Events who works with influencers, entrepreneurs, business owners, and non-profits to leverage their events and move their business forward. Erin is an event strategist and planner with a passion for community-building. She shares how uncovering the purpose helps drive your event decisions and offers a one-of-a-kind event strategy with the outcome in mind. 

Did Someone Say “Squirrel”?

Did Someone Say “Squirrel”?

November 27, 2019

Ever had a "squirrel" moment? You're just finally getting in the groove and then you get distracted and off track? Chasing down a squirrel that inevitably leaves you barking up a tree at something you can't catch? Our guest, Rebecca Moore of In a Nutshell Consulting shares her insights on these moments and distractions we face as entrepreneurs. How do we know if something is a good idea? How do we know when to pivot and take a leap? If you're facing distractions and hangups in your business, this is the episode for you!